Abby Martin and Greg Palast: The Hidden Purging of Millions of Voters

Abby Martin and Greg Palast: The Hidden Purging of Millions of Voters

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with Greg Palast
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gregpalast.com
April 25, 2017

with Abby Martin

teleSUR English on Apr 25, 2017

With all the discussion of the contentious 2016 election, the most shocking fact is often ignored: that millions of people had their votes stolen through malicious, means. The Republican Party is currently working to purge millions more voters leading up to the 2018 election.

To explain this major attack on our supposed democratic process, Abby Martin interviews investigative reporter Greg Palast, who has done the most extensive work uncovering this massive disenfranchisement campaign.

from the archives:

Who Voted and Who Couldn’t–Don’t Blame Jill Stein by Drew Robert Winter

The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, The Movie–FREE Rent Today, Monday and Tuesday by Greg Palast

Rigged by David Swanson + Ecuador Cuts Off Internet for Assange Over Impacting US Election

Greg Palast: How The 2016 Election WILL Be Stolen!

The Scandal of Voter Suppression by William John Cox + 16 States Face New Voting Restrictions

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